The homophobic boxer has announced that he wants to continue his career in sport. The 28-year-old has been inactive since he was engulfed in controversy that he had used hard drugs. after fighting with the Ukrainian boxer Vladimir Klitchko (who judged his rival for being homophobic comparing Fury to Nazi) two years ago. He’s now revealed the surprising news he’s set to return on May 13 for a new fight. It’s now yet known who’ll be facing in the bout, but his global ranking collapsed on leaving the sport. Boxing experts say a win over a top fifteen rated contender would potentially set Fury up for a world title bid in late 2017 should he wish to go down that route. Fury has also admitted taking cocaine to deal with depression, which could see him lose his boxing licence on Thursday and make him banned from the sport indefinitely. Fury said his decision was “for the good boxing” and it was “only fair and right” to give up his belts.